Bruno Mars Wants More Hip Hop in the Super Bowl Halftime Show

The 24K Magic star has called on the NFL to feature hip hop acts in next year's Half Time show, and has shared his wish list

Since sweeping a massive six Grammy Awards at this year’s ceremony, Bruno Mars is now urging the NFL to include hip hop artists as the headline act for next year’s Super Bowl Halftime Show. This year we saw Justin Timberlake bring sexy back by sporting Limited Edition JT Air Jordan 3’s, which brought Nike about USD $3 mill in organic advertising.

Having performed twice at the Super Bowl, the 24K Magic crooner tweeted: “ .@NFL you have the opportunity to celebrate incredible Hip Hop Artists from Atlanta next year.”

Everybody was floored by Lady Gaga’s halftime performance a year ago which brought over 117.5 million viewers (Little Monsters included), and the artists that play the Super Bowl Halftime Show entertain a much wider audience than usual, bringing massive exposure.

Bruno suggested acts such as Outkast, Gucci Mane and Lil Jon come together for a Super Bowl TV Party.

Do you agree that it’s time for a hip hop performance?

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